Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Campaigns Colchester Earl : Another fight at Colchester, and the storming of the town on Fryday night last, by the Parliaments forces, and the successe thereof. : Together, with the proceedings of His Majesties loyall subjects; in the counties Northapton, Liecester, and Rutland, touching their raising of sixe regiments for the defence of King, Parliament, and Kingdome. Likewise, a great fight in Scotland, between Duke Hamiltons forces commanded by the Earle of Kalendar Lieutenant Generall, and the Marquesse of Argyles party, with the number slain and taken prisoners, the Lord Chancellours escape, and hundreds fled to the mountains. Also, Duke Hamiltons speech to the Estates of Scotland, concerning the advancing with his Army into England.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Campaigns Wales Humour Ea : Mrs. Parliament her invitation of Mrs. London, to a Thankesgiving dinner. : For the great and mighty victorie, which Mr. Horton obtained over Major Powell in Wales. Their discourse, desires, designes, as you may heare from their own mouthes. Munday 29 of May, in the eight yeare of the reigne of our soveraigne Lady Parliament. ...; Mercurius Melancholicus,
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Cavalry Operations : By the King. His Majesties proclamation for the more free passage of of [sic] all his loving subjects [electronic resource] : and the free carriage and conveyance of their horses, provisions, or other goods from any one place or part to another within his kingdom of England and the dominions thereof.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Communications : By the King. His Majesties proclamation for the more free passage of of [sic] all his loving subjects [electronic resource] : and the free carriage and conveyance of their horses, provisions, or other goods from any one place or part to another within his kingdom of England and the dominions thereof.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Confiscations Ans Contrib : An ordinance of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament: : for removing obstructions in the sale of reversions of bishops lands. Die Veneris 17. Martii 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that this ordinance concerning bishops lands be forthwith printed and published. Joh. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.; England and Wales.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Contributions And Confisc : Die Lunæ 1 Februarii 1646. Whereas divers delinquents have formerly and still doe addresse themselves unto some persons sitting at Goldsmiths Hall and there have and doe dayly enter into agreements for the taking off such sequestrations as are duly laid upon them by ordinance of Parliament .... [electronic resource].; England and Wales.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Correspondence : Three letters : the first from an officer in His Majesties army to a gentleman in Glocestershire ..., the second a letter from a grave gentleman once a member of the House of Commons to his friend (remaining a member of the same house) in London ..., the third a letter to a gentleman of Leicestershire ...
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Destruction And Plunder E : Englands petition to their soveraigne King: or, An humble petition of the distressed and almost destroyed subjects of England, to the Kings most Excellent Majesty. : Containing the very sense of the true-hearted of the kingdom; but because the way to the Kings eare is stopt, it was sent to London, and there printed, as it is briefly declared to the reader. And will shortly be presented to his Majesty at Newcastle, having the hands of ten hundred thousand of his subjects, from the severall counties of this kingdome. Printed and published according to order.
Great Britain History Civil War 1642 1649 Early Works To 1800 C : A True relation of the approach of Prince Rupert to that good towne of Marlborow: : and how he was resisted by the townesmen, with the ayd of the faithfull militia of Wiltshire, till Serjeant Major Skippon arriv'd there with some of his excellence the Earle of Essex forces. With which he gave the said Prince Rupert battell, and obtained of him and his cavaliers a glorious victory. With a speech made by the said serjeant Major Skippon to his souldiers before the said battell, truly certified in a letter from thence to a citizen of good credit in London, and so published.